Sandra Mae (Vinci) Miller

Born: Sun., Jan. 7, 1951
Died: Tue., Apr. 30, 2013


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"Together Again"

Sandra Mae Miller, 62, of Old Beechwood Road, Lonaconing died Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at her residence.  Born on January 7, 1951 in Frostburg she was the daughter of Elizabeth (Whiteman) Vinci of Lonaconing and the late Daniel Vinci.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenn Miller on September 26, 2002 and one niece, Misty Stullenberger.

Sandra was a graduate of Valley High School and worked as a mail carrier for many years in Lonaconing. She was a very loving daughter, sister and aunt and she would do anything for her family. She loved her pet cats and spent much of her time caring for them.

Along with her mother she is also survived by her sister, Betty "Lou" Lambert and husband Roger of Lonaconing; two uncles, Charles Vinci and wife Ellen and Ray Vinci and wife Shirley and nephews and niece, Tyler, Briley and Claire Stullenberger.

Services will be held privately at the Wilhelm-Eakin Funeral Home, P.A., Lonaconing. Interment will be held at Green Cemetery, Garrett County.

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BerthaElliott
   Posted Fri May 03, 2013
So sorry to hear about Sandy. My heart goes out to you all. I remember when we were all kids growing up together and the fun we had. I remember staying with you all and how welcome I was at your home. Sandy was a good person to all. She will be missed by many. Love to you all.

Craig and Janene Edgar
   Posted Mon May 13, 2013
Sandy was a wonderful neighbor and she will be sorely missed. She was always so kind and kept an eye out for us, as good neighbors do. I will miss seeing her on her fourwheeler, outside feeding the cats. And I will absolutely miss the stories that she shared! Sandy could always lift me out of a blue mood by sharing a humerous tidbit. I can't count the number of times that I laughed out loud just being on the phone with her. Sandy, I know that you missed Glen terribly and if there is any good in this, it's that you are together again.

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